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Nikon D5500 Field Test: Matt Golowczynski

Nikon D5500 Field Test: Matt Golowczynski

At a glance 24.2-million-pixel, CMOS sensor Single-lens reflex viewfinder ISO 100-25,600 3.2in, 1.037k-million-dot, vari-angle touchscreen 1,920×1,080p HD video mode 470g (with battery and memory card) 124x97x70mm Price: Around £450 (used, body only), £570 (with 18-55mm II kit lens)   Towards the end of last year I found myself in a situation that will be no […]

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Nikon D90 video review

Nikon D90 video review

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Nikon D5600 video test

Nikon D5600 video test

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Nikon D3400 Full Review

Nikon D3400 Full Review

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Nikon D300 disassembly – video

Nikon D300 disassembly – video

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Nikon D5 Preview by Tony Northrup

Nikon D5 Preview by Tony Northrup

Nikon’s flagship D5 is the ultimate camera for many sports, wildlife, and portrait photographers. It has many new features, but with some HUGE caveats–like 4k video that can only record for 3 minutes. In this video, I’ll cover the D5′s features, show how it compares to other cameras  

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Nikon D500 vs D7200 by photographylife.com

Nikon D500 vs D7200 by photographylife.com

Before the D500 announcement, Nikon’s best DX camera for sports and wildlife photography has been the D7200. While the D7200 is a superb camera on its own, one might be wondering how and where exactly it differs when compared directly to the new Nikon D500. The quick answer to that question is enthusiast-level DSLR vs […]

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Nikon D500 Preview by Tony Northrup

Nikon D500 Preview by Tony Northrup

I dig deep into Nikon’s new $2,000 D500, a 10 frames per second APS-C camera with 4k video and a huge buffer. Can this unseat the Canon 7D Mark II as the ultimate sports & wildlife camera? Watch the video  

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Nikon 1 J5 Review

Nikon 1 J5 Review

The Nikon 1 J5 is the latest camera in the 1 series of interchangeable lens cameras from Nikon, and features a new 20.8 megapixel 1inch sensor, 20fps continuous shooting with AF, 4K video, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, and a 180degree tilting touch-screen, all packed into a redesigned metal body with improved handling. Nikon 1 J5 […]

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Nikon Coolpix P600 Review

Nikon Coolpix P600 Review

The Nikon Coolpix P600 was announced in February 2014 and is a bridge camera which features a 60x optical zoom lens, tilting LCD screen, electronic viewfinder and built-in Wi-Fi. It is available in black and red and costs around £376. Nikon Coolpix P600 Features The Nikon Coolpix P600 has a 16.1 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor […]

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Nikon D600 D610 Timelapse tutorial

Nikon D600 D610 Timelapse tutorial

Watch how to make timelaps with Nikon D600, Nikon D610

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NIKON D750 FOR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY – REVIEW

NIKON D750 FOR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY – REVIEW

Since I’m a full time professional photographer, the question I’ll try to answer in this review is: can the Nikon D750be used for professional wedding photography? It’s not an easy question to answer, because there are numerous factors to consider, and the first factor is obviously the photographer’s particular style of shooting. I’ll try to respond based on […]

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Nikon Coolpix P900 Review

Nikon Coolpix P900 Review

The Nikon Coolpix P900 is Nikon’s latest ultra-zoom camera, and features the World’s longest optical zoom lens, with an 83x optical zoom lens, equivalent to 24mm wide-angle zooming to 2000mm at the telelphoto end. The camera features a built-in EVF with eye-sensor, a vari-angle tilting screen, as well as built-in Wi-Fi, GPS and NFC. Nikon […]

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Initial impressions of the Nikon D750

Initial impressions of the Nikon D750

When Nikon made their announcement just prior to Photokina in September of this year (2014)  that they were launching the D750, my interest piqued, especially as the specs on paper were ticking all my requirement boxes. The price looked good too! I have had the Nikon D750 a little over two months now, but have […]

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Nikon D810 Digital SLR Expert Review

Nikon D810 Digital SLR Expert Review

The Nikon D810 Digital SLR is a new 36.3 megapixel full-frame camera that replaces both the Nikon D800 andD800E and is introduced with a number of updates to make it, according to Nikon, the best Digital SLR Nikon has ever released. The D810 is available for £2699 body only. Nikon D810 Features When announced, Nikon were keen to […]

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Nikon 1 V3 Full Review

Nikon 1 V3 Full Review

The Nikon 1 V3 replaces the Nikon 1 V2 and is the premium mirrorless camera in the Nikon 1 series, the new Nikon 1 V3 no longer features a built-in electronic viewfinder, but comes with an accessory port on top that supports an optional electronic viewfinder. The camera has a new 18.4 megapixel CX (1inch, 13.2×8.8mm) CMOS […]

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Nikon D5500 Hands-on Review

Nikon D5500 Hands-on Review

Nikon D5500 Hands-on Review

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Disassembly Nikon d7000

Disassembly Nikon d7000

Everyone seemed to enjoy my destruction of an NEX camera a couple of weeks ago. I made the statement in that post that it was amazing how simple and clean the camera was compared to even a small SLR. So, of course, a number of people then wanted me to open up an SLR so they could […]

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Nikon D7100 Video:- The Pursuit of Passion

Nikon D7100 Video:- The Pursuit of Passion

Nikon D7100 Video:- The Pursuit of Passion

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Nikon D610 Review

Nikon D610 Review

This is an in-depth review of the Nikon D610, a very minor update that replaced the existing Nikon D600. Since full-frame DSLR cameras typically have a 2-3 year life cycle before they are refreshed with newer models, the D610 was an unusual update, as it replaced a camera that was only 13 months old – […]

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